How do I access Kudos AD?
To use Kudos AD you need a current subscription. When you take out a subscription you will receive a licence code. You can find this on your licence certificate. If you need a reminder, please contact us.
Once you have a subscription you can issue it to users covered by your licence. They can then log in. You will also receive access to CASCAID Manager which allows you to track and monitor your users.
If you would like to try Kudos AD, you can request a free trial by clicking here.
How do my users access Kudos AD?
Each users will need their own unique login details. The simplest way for a user to create their own unique login details is to go to the program they want to use and enter your Licence Code in the ‘Not signed up for…?’ section. They will then be able to enter a username and password of their choice.
They should keep a record of the details that they create to enable them to log back in at a later date. The username and password that they create will enable them to access any of the programs that you subscribe to.
You can also pre-create individual user login details via CASCAID Manager.
How much does Kudos AD cost?
We offer a range of licensing options for use within different types of organisations. You can find out more here.
What do I need to run Kudos AD?
You will need a reasonable internet connection to accommodate the number of students accessing the program. We support the most up-to-date versions of the major internet browsers, IE, Chrome, Safari and Firefox. You will also require sound to listen to the videos.
Will Kudos AD work on a mobile device?
Yes it will. Kudos AD can be used on most mobile devices. Please check with us if you have any queries.
How do I check what my users are doing in Kudos AD?
A subscription to Kudos AD includes access to CASCAID Manager which allows you to track and monitor users. You can see how much of Kudos AD each person has completed and a summary of their activity. You can also allocate users to tutor groups and get reports which can be useful to prompt discussions in a one-to-one advice interview or to discuss with parents.